April 15, 2021

  • Council approves plans to reinstate Mill St. patio in Elmira
  • Covered bridge project part of new infrastructure funding
  • Region expands use of all-way stop signs
  • GoFundMe campaign raises funds for Elmira woman living with pain disorder
  • Local meat processors to receive $2 million in new federal funding for pandemic measures
  • Region sees uptick in number of vaccines administered, with more sites available
  • Region sees its biggest spike in COVID-19 cases since the holidays
  • Wellesley Lions proposed memorial trail for park in St. Clements
  • Safari Quest is the latest Elmira scavenger hunt
  • Woolwich sticks with halfload restrictions on roads
  • Editorial: Making it easier to vote is but one step in saving democracy
  • Debt situation worsens during pandemic, especially the vulnerable
  • UW study says pharmacists could save feds $42 million
  • Planning for the area’s post-pandemic recovery
  • EcoBoosters to host Earth Day webinar
  • A different kind of screening during the pandemic
  • More than a quick jaunt on the trail
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